Andrew Veniamin was a short man with a short fuse. A gunman with four scalps, he dropped in for a late lunch with his one-time idol, former heavyweight Mick Gatto, and bit off more than he could chew. The pair went into a corridor at the back of the restaurant but only Gatto walked out. Veniamin had been shot dead at point-blank range. A jury agreed it was self defence. Friends fall out. One ends up dead. Life goes on - for some. This is Australia's underbelly.

Author

Andrew Rule

Andrew Rule has been a journalist since 1975 and has worked in newspapers, television and radio. He wrote Cuckoo, the true story of the notorious 'Mr Stinky' case and has edited and published several other books. He is a feature writer for The Sunday Age. See also John Silvester

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Series: Underbelly

ISBN
0975231871
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Book Number (in series)
9
Review UNDERBELLY 9 - Andrew Rule and John Silvester
Karen Chisholm
Tuesday, October 2, 2007

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